To create a listing first select the icon from the Navigation Bar "Create Listing" and you will be presented with 3 options.  Choose which one best describes who you are.  Pet Owner, Pet Sitter or Pet Service.

1. Select Pet Owner

2.  About You and Your Pets

The next page is where you complete details about your pets which will also add as your Listing Title.  We've given the example "Sammy and Cleo are two lovely dogs in Manhattan".  Prospective Pet Sitters can see straight away the type of pets you have and your general location.

Next is to provide some information about your home and location.  We've given the example "The apartment is right in the centre of Manhattan with dog parks within a short distance". You can add much more detail than this, such as local amenities, transport links, restaurants and things to do.

3.  What Pets do you have?

Make a selection on all that apply. Dog, Cat, Rabbit, Reptiles, Aquarium Fish, Horses, Farm Animals, Pet Birds or Other.

If you select Dog, please choose the size of breed from the pop up menu.

4.  About Your Home and Your Surroundings

Make a selection on all that apply to help potential Pet Sitters consider amenities that may be important to them.

Wifi, Garden, Wheelchair Access, Garden, Parking, Transport Links, Cable TV, Elevator, Air Con, Suitable for families and Laundry Facilities

By the Sea, Mountain Views, City Pad, Rural Location, Suburbs

Number of Bedrooms and Number of Bathrooms.

5.  Where's your Location?

Enter your town or City and make a selection from the Google Maps Address that most closely matches your location.  

6.  Required Dates

On each occasion you require a Pet Sitter create a listing and choose your required dates.  This will allow you to book specific Pet Sitters for a specific date period.

If you have an active membership you can upload photos straight away.  If you see the option "Buy Membership" you must have active Membership to proceed and post the listings.

Choose "Buy Membership" and choose the option that is right for you.  

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